We’ll see you at Steel City Improv Theater OR we can come to you! We’ve done our workshop at Redstone Highlands in Murraysville and in North Huntingdon, Plum Senior Center, Hill House, Presbyterian Senior Homes, and more. We offer a short, half-hour demo, or we can do the whole 2.5 hour workshop.
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Learning to go with the flow and accepting others’ realities goes a long way in dementia care as well as performing improv.
This fun and educational workshop taught by Rachael Wonderlin and Christopher Wright brings the two together to create a unique approach to caring for patients or loved ones who are living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Our purpose is to bring people who are experiencing the same hardships together for socialization, learning, and laughs.
The workshop lasts for 2.5 hours.
You’ll be getting up on stage (don’t worry, it will be fun!) and you can sit it out if you’re absolutely petrified. Our goal, though, is to make you feel comfortable with the improv world and the memory care world. These two aren’t so different, and if you can do one, you can definitely do the other.
What should you wear?
Comfortable, closed-toed shoes and comfortable pants.
What should you bring?
A water bottle and a notebook and pen if you’d like to take notes.
Where do I park?
If the workshop is at Steel City Improv Theater in Shadyside, we recommend saving some extra time for parking. There is street parking on Lehigh Ave. and a few other streets in the area.